I am excited to share with you all that young adults from my hometown of Yonkers have teamed up with those from the Bronx in order to offer a new series of “Theology on Tap.” I am a big fan of these nights specifically made for those between 21 and 40ish. For me, it doesn’t get much better than sharing a drink and discussing one of my favorite subjects—theology— with others.
Theology on Tap reminds me so much of those nights at college where everyone would get together after a particularly good class to talk and discuss it over a good beer. I really miss those nights, so this new venture in the Bronx could be just the thing. I’ve been to a few of these talks and what makes them so great is that people can relax, meet new people and go home filled with much more than just a few drinks.
The first Theology on Tap in the Bronx will take place on Tuesday, Jan. 25, at The Rambling House, 4292 Katonah Ave., Bronx, at 7:30 p.m., and thereafter every Tuesday for six weeks, until March 1. The first talk features Father Paul Makar, from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, who will discuss “Icons: Windows to the Divine.”
The group organizing this is Yo+Bro (You have to love the name!). For more information, visit them at http://yobroyoungadults.blogspot.com/